Excellent! Totally nailed the feedback/sustains, too!
Same. I've never installed beta releases. I always wait for the final release. I rely on pros like Leon to provide teasers for what I'm in for.The hardest part of a beta cycle for me is waiting for the Public Release Candidate to become the official version release. I’m salivating so much it’s not even funny
Do you think having collector's plates hanging on the wall next to a Marshall half-stack is a good ideaI rotate
Lol. My post mentioned that my smart-aleck wife saw that I had dragged the plexi out. She and a friend hung those plates there as a joke, to prevent me from diming the amp. This weekend it goes back into hibernation. It’s been a while since I played with one of the Super Reverbs. So next I’ll see how that compares with the AF3.Do you think having collector's plates hanging on the wall next to a Marshall half-stack is a good idea?
I always update to the full release, so I'm on 15.1 now.You don't say which firmware revision you were on. If it was 15.1 (Ares) then probably only the amp block needs to be looked at. If it was prior to 15.1, which introduced a lot of changes to the drive block, then you might need to check those too.
I found that after tweaking the amp block I'd sometimes use a different variation of the cab that I liked better for that particular purpose.
Oooh this is exciting, I'm gonna have to play with that. Any tips for dialing it in? I had no luck at all last time I triedAnyone tried the Energyball model? It sounds drastically different in a good way. I haven't played a real ENGL Powerball in a long time but the model sounds much closer to what I remember.
Beta 12 is a release candidate, so I think they are just working out the final bugs....unless Cliff slips something else incan someone tell me - what will be the difference between beta 12 and official release? Just fixing final minor bugs or some amps algorithms will be changed too? Thanks!